Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sorest:

2 syllables:
half assed,
law must,
saw dust,
for just,
form must,
more just,
more must,
nor must,
or bust,
or just,
or must,
war must,
for rest,
or rest,
all just,
all must,
draw cut,
law but,
laws must,
though but,
though crushed,
thought must,
thought rushed,
ward hunt,
broad thrust,
court must,
door shut,
for but,
for ice,
for us,
force must,
more but,
nor let,
or but,
or cut,
or get,
or ice,
or let,
or put,
or trust,
strong thrust,
strong trust,
tore ass,
war but,
for rent,
know just,
or rent,
rat assed,
gall duct,
am forced,
are forced,
armed forced,
bare assed,
black crust,
black rust,
bore it,
crown rust,
doors hissed

3 syllables:
before receipt,
flora might,
flora thought,
forum might,
moral height,
moral light,
moral ought,
norah thought,
acorn nut,
along thrust,
because trust,
before but,
before us,
borel set,
chorus might,
flora asked,
gorgeous sight,
horrid sight,
kwara state,
lawrence sought,
norah asked,
restore trust,
support trust,
crosses out,
awesome might,
broaden out,
call a halt,
caution ought,
paula thought,
sauba ant,
trauma might,
about trust,
before it,
enough thrust

4 syllables:
angora cat,
angora goat,
enormous height,
glorious height,
glorious sight,
forgotten it,
forgotten night

5 syllables:
zodiacal light

Some other possibilities:

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